New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

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New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

Postby softwarefailure » Sat Jun 11, 2016 10:09 pm

Hollywood finally has got its own directory on Aminet now... I guess this means that I have finally made it ;) Here is the official announcement by Lazi who convinced the Aminet team to create an own directory for Hollywood:

Hollywood is a multiplatform software development tool. It links to the Amiga not just with its roots, but it is currently one of the most actively developed Amiga software sporting support for all Amiga architectures.

There is no better place to share Hollywood free plug-ins, source files, tutorials, additional documentations than Aminet, which has been the de-facto file archive for the Amiga platforms since ages.

That is why Aminet administrators made a new directory dev/hwood for files related to the commercial Hollywood compiler.

Currently there can be find the already released plug-ins, but hopefully in the future more and more material will be there to support Hollywood users.


Here is the link to Hollywood on Aminet:
http://aminet.net/dev/hwood
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Re: New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

Postby HelmutH » Mon Jun 13, 2016 5:41 pm

Hi
I have contacted the Aminet team and informed she for more Hollywood application and games are stored on the aminet pages.
As next I will try to complete this page with the information over the programms/games and other Hollywood things are missing on this page. I hope that is the idea behind this new categorie. ;)
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Re: New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

Postby lazi » Tue Jun 14, 2016 1:46 am

Hi HelmutH!

I don't think that every "made with Hollywood" program should be in the new directory.
The released projects should be in the corresponding place.
dev/hwood in my opinion is for developer materials like sources, docs, plug-ins, etc, but not the compiled programs.
A game should be in games, an utility should be in util...

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Re: New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

Postby Bugala » Tue Jun 14, 2016 2:02 pm

@lazi

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Re: New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

Postby HelmutH » Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:46 pm

Hi Lazi
Yes indeed, that was my misunderstanding.
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Re: New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

Postby lazi » Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:39 am

Fredrik Wikstrom has just updated his AminetReadme program to include dev/hwood.

http://aminet.net/search?query=aminetreadme

Look for 1.11+ version.
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Re: New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

Postby Juan Carlos » Mon Oct 02, 2017 2:13 pm

MorphOS Storage also has it since one year ago.
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Re: New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

Postby lazi » Mon Oct 02, 2017 9:50 pm

Yeah, but AminetReadme is a tool to create readme files for Aminet uploads.
The new version can let you select dev/hwood for target path what was needed to edit manually before.

Can't see how does it connect to the MorphOS Storage site.
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Re: New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

Postby Juan Carlos » Tue Oct 03, 2017 5:20 am

lazi wrote:Yeah, but AminetReadme is a tool to create readme files for Aminet uploads.
The new version can let you select dev/hwood for target path what was needed to edit manually before.

Can't see how does it connect to the MorphOS Storage site.

Sending the file to Papiosaur.
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Re: New Aminet directory for Hollywood stuff

Postby lazi » Tue Oct 03, 2017 8:48 am

Sorry pal, but we aren't talk about the same.

Recently I asked Fredrik to support dev/hwood path in his tool and he delivered a new version 3 days later for OS4 and OS3.
It has no MorphOS native version as far as I can see.
The 68k OS3 version may works there, but uses Reaction for GUI.
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